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Hi,

I tried to search multiple forums but did not found a comprehensive guide that could help me to identify how to proceed with this task.

I have 2006 997 C2. No CD changer, no BOSE. I assume it has PCM 2.1.

Main+Trip button on my PCM shows this:

Sw versions 4.0

System software

Target: 05462ad1/4605

Pcm

Target 05395bd1/4505

So my assumption is to make navigation work all I need is to add DVD unit and GPS sensor. I sent question to Porsche service manager I know about parts numbers but he found codes for entire kits that include master PCM units.

So could anybody confirm - do I need or do I not need to replace master PCM unit?

If not, how to determine without taking PCM unit out what part number is it and what DVD part number I need for it?

Should it be horizontal or vertical? Could anybody with access to catalog help me to identify all that? My chassis from VIN is

9966S717370

I found links to

https://techinfo.porsche.com/techinfo/pdf/e...USA_KATALOG.pdf

but they do not work anymore. Can anybody help me please?

PS.

I found this web page

http://www.autoatlanta.com/model/997-05-08/911-00.htm

and it is helpful but again opens simple question - how to find out what do I have now? Is the only way to find out - to pull PCM unit out?

Edited by utkinpol
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Based on my wee bit of PCM/NAV work I don't think you'll need to replace your PCM hardware. You'll need the NAV DVD unit, NAV DVD disc, possibly a PCM S/W upgrade and of course the NAV antenna, MOST (fiber optic cable) connector in order to get the NAV system into your fiber optic ring. I suspect you current PCM has a input for the antenna and any other connection required for NAV to function. You should have a 12v power connector the NAV unit located on the driver side (left) behind the plastic panel adjacent to the battery.

I've updated my PCM and NAV software plus installed a Dension Gateway so I'm somewhat (far from an expert) 'familiar' w/ the integration of another device on the 'ring. You might have to have a Porsche dealer via their PWIS activate (recognize) the NAV unit after you're done.

If your current PCM unit has buttons for 'NAV' it should be ready to go.

Good luck . . . Keep us posted on your progress.

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If your current PCM unit has buttons for 'NAV' it should be ready to go.

Good luck . . . Keep us posted on your progress.

Thanks, will do. I assume now all I need is to get DVD drive 997 642 157 00. Plus sensor and wiring.

Will try to find it somewhere.

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  • 5 weeks later...
eBay has them listed occasionally. Just be sure it's the proper one and that it contains all the periphery stuff.

I gave up and picked new kit from sunset for $2395. Pricey, not sure if was worth it.

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